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When you see a question (in Spanish), where can you find the subject?

They switch the subject and the verb instead of using the words "do/does" as helping verbs. For example: Does Pablo speak a lot? �Habla mucho Pablo? Pablo is the subject.

What does "t�" mean?

You
(Use this when you are talking TO someone in which it's OK to use the person's first name.)

What does "usted" mean?

You
(Use this when you are talking TO someone in which it's NOT OK to use the person's first name.)

What does "vosotros" mean?

You all, Y'all, you guys...(In Spain)
All of the people in the group that you are talking TO, it's OK to address each of them with his/her first name.

What does "ustedes" mean?

You all, Y'all...
(Use this when you are talking TO a group of students/friends, etc. and there is at least one person in the group in which it's NOT OK to use the person's first name.)

What does "Ella" mean?

She

What does "�l" mean?

He

What does "Ellas" mean?

They (You are talking ABOUT a group of girls.)

What does "Ellos" mean?

They (You are talking ABOUT a group. It could be a group of girls/women but there is at least one guy in the group or all the guys in the group, you have to use the masculine form.)

#NAME?

AS
llevas

#NAME?

A
lleva

#NAME?

A
lleva

#NAME?

AMOS
llevamos

#NAME?

�is
Llev�is (Note that there is an ACCENT on the "a".)

#NAME?

AN
llevan

#NAME?

AN
llevan

#NAME?

AN
llevan

What does it mean when you say, "An -AR verb?

It's a verb that ends in -ar.
(The "-ar" means "the ending".)

What is it called when you take off the "-ar" from the end of an "-ar" verb? What is left?

It's called "the stem".
For example:
The stem of "lavar" is "lav-

What is an "infinitive"?

The verb before you conjugate it.

What is the formula to express that you like to do something?

A m� me gusta + infinitive
For example: I like to run.
A m� me gusta correr.

What happens if you have a verb immediately after a conjugated verb?

You leave it in the infinitive. For example: Necesito estudiar.

When Spanish speakers ask a question, do they use the helping verbs "do/does" to form the question?

No. They do not use "do/does" as helping verbs. Instead, they simply switch the subject and the verb. For example: Does Carlos speak Spanish? �Habla espa�ol Carlos? The subject is Carlos.

Where is the subject if the sentence is a question?

You will find the subject AFTER the verb.

What do you do if you do not see the subject right before the verb?

Look at the previous sentence/sentences.(1) It could be the continuation of the same subject because once they state the subject, they usually don't repeat unless they bring up a new subject. (2) The other situation would be if you have a conversation, and previous sentence was a question. That would mean that you have answer the question.